Jordan Snyder, MS, LPC
Outpatient Clinical Supervisor
Master of Science in Counseling
Jordan began his career as a mobile crisis worker that supported children in Bucks County and played a crucial role in building up the program. He joined MCC Family Services as a Family Based Counselor in 2018 for Bucks County. He spent the next two years honing in on his clinical and leadership skills until being promoted to Family Based Supervisor overseeing teams in both Berks County and Chester County in 2020. He then joined the Outpatient department in 2022 as the new Clinical Supervisor. In both supervisor roles, Jordan has taken on the role of providing both clinical oversight and support to staff while taking on the administrative responsibilities in building up the department and creating strong relationships with services in each county.
Jordan has experience and passion in supporting children, families, and adults in becoming their best selves and utilizing various models such as ESFT, Structural Family Therapy, CBT, and other strengths based and trauma informed approaches to promote client success. In this role, Jordan is dedicated to promoting growth for anyone who walks through these doors. For everyone that crosses his path, both client and staff, he never asks what’s wrong with you and instead asks, “What has happened to you and how can I help you become your best self?”
Marlene Alvarado, LSW
I received my Master of Social Work from Temple University. I am a licensed social worker here at MCC Family Services and I am working towards becoming a licensed clinical social worker. Prior to joining MCC Family Services, I worked at a Juvenile Detention Center working to provide youth with mental health services. I have had the opportunity to work with children, adolescents, and adults in various settings. I view clients through a strengths-based perspective and help my clients to make the most meaning and purpose for themselves long term. I use various therapeutic modalities specifically, CBT, TF-CBT, and DBT. I look forward to working with you!
Fluent in Spanish (se habla Español).
Julianna Bidic, MS
My name is Julianna Bidic, and I am an outpatient and school-based therapist for MCC Family Services. I have a master’s in counseling and clinical health psychology and have been working for MCC Family Services since July 2022. The modalities I utilize in sessions are CBT, mindfulness-based CBT, humanistic therapy, strength-based therapy, motivational interviewing, reality therapy, and narrative therapy. I typically work with children, adolescents, and college-aged students that present the following problems: anxiety, depression, communication issues within families and relationships, and maladaptive health behaviors.
Robert Bingham, MSS, LSW, RSMT
Robert Bingham is a licensed social worker/therapist who works collaboratively with clients to help them access their inner strengths and healing capacities. He uses a gentle, non-judgmental approach to support clients struggling with anxiety, depression, stress and trauma on their journeys towards greater creativity, purpose and joy. As clients work with Robert, they receive time and tools for deepening self-knowledge and compassion as they work towards concrete, achievable goals. Robert’s background includes working in community-based, university, hospital and private practice settings. He is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist and frequently integrates mindfulness and movement-based interventions with psychodynamic, cognitive and narrative approaches.
Eric Dougherty, MS
I have been practicing mental health counseling for more than 10 years and have worked as a therapist at varying levels of care including residential, in-home support services, and outpatient services. I have a Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology, with a concentration in marriage and family therapy, as well as a Master’s Degree in School Psychology. I have also completed trainings in trauma focused CBT as well as trauma art narrative therapy. I have treated a variety of presenting issues including anxiety, mood related disorders, and relational difficulties within the family context. I use a wide range of modalities to help children and families achieve progress and maintain treatment gains including but not limited to CBT, behavior modification techniques, and attachment based family therapy.
Sarah Dyson, MS
MS Counseling, School Counseling Concentration
Hi, my name is Sarah Dyson, I am an Outpatient Therapist at MCC Family Services. I received my Master of Science degree from Gwynedd Mercy University in 2022 and am currently working towards becoming a licensed professional counselor (LPC). I have over 15 years of experience working as a mental health counselor, in areas such as WrapAround services, Family Based counseling, Student Assistance Program counseling, and School Counseling. I am a Certified K-12 School Counselor.
I have primarily worked with children and adolescents who present with the following needs: behavioral concerns, social skills building, study and organizational skills development, anxiety, mood disorders, grief and loss, and autism spectrum disorder. I am also knowledgeable in school-related issues and procedures. I utilize CBT, motivational interviewing, and solution focused modalities in order to help support individuals to overcome barriers and difficulties they are experiencing. I am excited for the opportunity to work with you!
Cindi Lopez, MA, LSW
I have a B.A. in psychology from Arcadia University and a M.A. in Social Work from Widener University. I also have my LSW as of March 2023. Prior to joining MCC Family Services, I worked in child welfare, substance abuse, TSS work, and did case management for low income pre-schools. I have a passion and desire to help others.
Jaclyn Mulvihill, MS
My name is Jaclyn and I am a trauma informed, mental health therapist, graduated from Thomas Jefferson University. I am trained to recognize the effects that trauma can have on the mind, soul, and body. I work towards creating a safe environment for clients to grow and heal from life adversities. I am capable to work with a wide range of mental health barriers as my clinical experience have exposed me to a plethora of mental health challenges. I am excited to work with you!
Naomi Rybalov, MS
Life can bring its share of stress, and I’m here to offer support. Whether you’re dealing with anxiety, depression, life changes, relationship challenges, or other difficulties, my aim is to provide a welcoming and empathetic environment for you to openly discuss your concerns.
My primary goal is to help you set honest and achievable objectives for a more balanced life. I use cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy motivational interviewing and solution focused approach to help you achieve this. Together, we’ll work at your pace, tailoring solutions to your unique needs. We’ll delve into your personal and relational patterns that may be hindering growth and fulfilling connections.
I’m dedicated to assisting people of all ages in making positive, lasting changes. Therapy can be a valuable resource for finding hope, purpose, effective coping strategies, and deeper self-understanding. Finding the right therapist who aligns with your needs and makes you feel comfortable is crucial. Let’s see if we’re a good fit! Additionally, I’m fluent in Russian.
Ivy Tong, M.A., BSW, R-DMT
The journey of healing is boundless, and there is an abundance of healing methods and forms. As a therapist, social worker, and registered expressive dance/movement psychotherapist, I believe in a holistic mind and body approach to addressing psychological, emotional, and behavioral issues. My areas of focus include overcoming anxiety, depression, and low moods, resolving relationship issues, enhancing motivation, improving self-care and self-awareness. My goal in the therapeutic space is to meet you where you are, employing various modalities to achieve this aim. In our sessions, I selectively apply various techniques, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Family Systems Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Therapy, and Dance/Movement Therapy, tailored to your specific needs. I am ready and excited to meet you where you are today with compassion and a collaborative spirit!
Fluent in Mandarin (中文)
Kaitlyn Vile, MFT
Hello! My name is Kaitlyn. I have been with MCC Family Services for since 2019, most of which was spent in the Family Based Services Program. I have been with the outpatient department for over a year. Prior to working with MCC Family Services, I worked at a youth partial care facility in Trenton, NJ where I facilitated various therapeutic groups ranging from: self-regulation/mindfulness, sex education, anger management, trauma (for teen girls), and self-esteem. Prior to working at the youth partial care facility, I attended Chestnut Hill College where I received my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. I primarily utilize CBT and solution focused therapy while working with individuals. With families, I utilize the Eco-Systemic Family Therapy and Structural Family Therapy models, aimed at helping with emotional connection and communication. I have been trained in use of the Sanctuary Model. I am looking forward to working with you!